Let’s go for a dive!

Today was Sunday and in this part of the world you are not supposed to do much, aside from going to mess. For anybody who is worried of our spiritual well-being, we did skip it due to some squalls that gave us a reason to stay in bed a little longer. A nice walk in […]






Batman came to our rescue!

Marvel comic’s book enthusiast Batman came to the rescue and saved us, when we were in the $*&% literally in it. But first let us share with you our last few days in the bay of Gahi pronounced Nahi around here, we had to move our little home since the wind was shifting and the […]






Daily life in Wallis and Futuna

It looks like it, smells like and feels as French Polynesia notwithstanding a lot of details that are unique to each place as you might have gathered from our previous posts. It has already been three weeks since we first set foot here and we are digging a little deeper to understand more the Wallisian’s […]






South West side of Wallis

The wind pushed us nicely toward the South West side of the lagoon and with the help of Wallis Radio (Channel 09 Michel is on the other end) we were anchored in a basin hopefully well protected from what was forecasted to come our way. And while on the Wallis radio’s topic, if you speak […]






St Francois D’assise…

This will be the only photo from the celebration in the district of Mua, not much of the visual impact. But we will have more memories for a very long time of this special and much unexpected evening. St Francois D’assise was celebrated where the first missionary landed a while back. The whole affair was […]






A little bit of this….

Sunday arrived and as the bells rang we made our way slowly to hear the beautiful voices during mess, it is an easy way to learn more about the differences compare to our more North American/European way of structured society. Here in Wallis because of some choice and circumstances, the society has been able to […]